Fast Five Quiz: Multiple Myeloma Management

Joshua Richter, MD; Emmanuel C. Besa, MD


January 11, 2022

Figure 1. Multiple myeloma, bone marrow radiograph, frontal view, right side of thorax. Multiple myeloma is a neoplastic disease involving proliferation of malignant plasma cells in the bone marrow and characterized by widespread osteolytic lesions.

There is currently no cure for multiple myeloma. However, advances in treatment options such as autologous stem cell transplant, targeted agents, and immunotherapy have markedly improved progression-free and overall survival.

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